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Monthly Archives: October 2020

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Margate Man Serving Prison Sentence for Possession of Child Exploitation Images Must Also Pay Restitution to Nine Victims

By Ratzan & Faccidomo LLC |

In the age of social media, almost everyone has a little fear in the back of their minds that their worst moments will circulate forever on the Internet, never to be lived down.  This fear is enough to make most of us take care to avoid making off-color comments and expletive-filled rants or wearing… Read More »

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Broward County Mortgage Consultant Appeals His Money Laundering Conviction, Claiming That the Scammers Led Him to Believe They Were Legitimate Clients

By Ratzan & Faccidomo LLC |

Email scams have existed for as long as email has.  It is usually easy to spot the scams.  The sender signs the email with a personal name or a business name, but a Google search for the person or the business does not turn up any relevant results.  The writing style is awkward or… Read More »

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Broward Family Reunites After Draconian Mandatory Minimum Sentencing Laws Force Parents to Spend 15 Years in Prison

By Ratzan & Faccidomo LLC |

Mandatory minimum sentencing laws have attracted criticism for a variety of years.  First, they are a classic example of how a conviction for a nonviolent crime such as drug possession can effectively ruin someone’s life; when drug crimes carry a mandatory minimum sentence, getting caught with a single dose of drugs can mean that… Read More »

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